Cover image.
Authors: Rebecca Borgstrom, Eric Brennan, Genevieve Cogman, Michael Goodwin, John Snead
Storyteller Game System Design: Mark Rein•Hagen
Developer: Geoffrey C. Grabowski
Editor: John Chambers
Art Direction: Brian Glass
Artists: Ed Bourelle, Leanne Buckley, Ross Campbell, Stuart Ng, Andie Tong, UDON featuring Dax Gordine, Noi Sackda, Chris Stevens and Jim Zubkavich, Melissa Uran and Eva Widermann
Cover Art: UDON featuring Greg Boychuk, Noi Sackda, Gary Yueng and Jim Zubkavich
Book Design: Brian Glass
Layout and Typesetting: Brian Glass
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: 2004
Pages: 328
Year: 768 RY
Publication #: WW 8815
Reference #: ISBN 1-58846-678-7
PDF: Bullet-rpg
Price: $29.99

Exalted: The Fair Folk is a fatsplat sourcebook of Exalted featuring the Fair Folk (the Raksha). The book introduces both the Raksha and the Mountain Folk as playable characters. It was first released in 2004.


From the White Wolf catalog:

Lords of Chaos
Once, the great lords of madness fielded an army vast beyond all reckoning. They scoured the corners of chaos for warriors to throw against the hateful edifice of shaped reality. When the wards around Creation wavered during the Great Contagion, the Fair Folk rushed forward to ensure cataclysm... and were defeated.
Princes of the Wyld
Now, in the twilight of the Age of Heroes, the ruined courts of the Unformed Fair Folk prepare for a final, glorious crusade against Creation. Exalted: The Fair Folk provides detailed rules for roleplaying nobles and commoners in the faerie courts on the edges of Creation. Trapped between the hostile reality of Creation and the impending rush of the Faerie host, the Fair Folk of the Middlemarches must make their own fate as the Time of Tumult unfolds around them.
Requires the Exalted main rulebook for play.


Chapter One: RakshastanEdit

Chapter Two: The RakshaEdit

Chapter Three: Character CreationEdit

Chapter Four: TraitsEdit

Chapter Five: Raksha MagicEdit

Chapter Six: The Mountain FolkEdit

Chapter Seven: StorytellingEdit

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